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The Silent Drill Platoon performs during a joint ceremony with the Fort Henry Guard at Kingston, Ontario, Canada Aug. 17, 2015. The relationship between the Marines and Fort Henry goes back 61 years to 1954 when the Marines first visited the Fort. This visit marked the anniversary of the Ogdensburg Agreement, which was signed by President Roosevelt and Prime Minister King to bind the two nations in the joint defense of North America. Since that time, the two units have paraded together countless times both at the Fort and at Marine Barracks Washington. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Skye Davis/Released) - The Silent Drill Platoon performs during a joint ceremony with the Fort Henry Guard at Kingston, Ontario, Canada Aug. 17, 2015. The relationship between the Marines and Fort Henry goes back 61 years to 1954 when the Marines first visited the Fort. This visit marked the anniversary of the Ogdensburg Agreement, which was signed by President Roosevelt and Prime Minister King to bind the two nations in the joint defense of North America. Since that time, the two units have paraded together countless times both at the Fort and at Marine Barracks Washington. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Skye Davis/Released)

The Commandant of the Marine Corps, Gen. Joseph Dunford Jr. presents Congressman Robert Wittman with an Honorary Marine citation, July 27, 2015. During the honors ceremony at the Home of the Commandants in Washington, D.C., Wittman from the 1st Congressional District of Virginia, was named an Honorary Marine by Dunford for his extensive support of wounded warriors and his contributions to ensuring the readiness and care of active duty Marines and their families. We wanted to recognize Congressman Wittman tonight because of what he’s done for our wounded warriors behind the scenes, said Dunford. It hasn’t been with fanfare, it’s been because of his compassionate leadership. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Christian Varney/Released) - The Commandant of the Marine Corps, Gen. Joseph Dunford Jr. presents Congressman Robert Wittman with an Honorary Marine citation, July 27, 2015. During the honors ceremony at the Home of the Commandants in Washington, D.C., Wittman from the 1st Congressional District of Virginia, was named an Honorary Marine by Dunford for his extensive support of wounded warriors and his contributions to ensuring the readiness and care of active duty Marines and their families. We wanted to recognize Congressman Wittman tonight because of what he’s done for our wounded warriors behind the scenes, said Dunford. It hasn’t been with fanfare, it’s been because of his compassionate leadership. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Christian Varney/Released)

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